The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has finished its investigation of soil and groundwater contamination at the Capri Beauty Salon Site in Byron.
The site is polluted with a dry-cleaning chemical, which has been detected in groundwater at the site at levels that exceed Minnesota Department of Health standards. Vapors from the contaminated soil have also affected indoor air quality in the beauty salon.
MPCA staff will discuss cleanup alternatives at a meeting of the Byron City Council on Wednesday, February 27. The meeting will be held at Byron City Hall at 6:00 P-M.